Micro Pelton Turbine

17 Feb 2021
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KOMMENTARE
  • I guess the nozzle on its own ejects high pressure air that spreads out evenly distributing it's momentum partially in the horizontal direction. This is the same reason rockets optimised for sea level are less efficient in a vacuum. If you had a bell on it to bring the exhaust down to 1 atmosphere it would be more efficient but I imagine that's quite hard to get right.

    TatskaariTatskaariVor 32 Minuten
  • is anyone gonna mention the linear flow at 5:15 ?

    FlareFlareVor 37 Minuten
  • Tom ur a wild man ! thx

    Guy FallonGuy FallonVor Stunde
  • Super cool dude. Keep it up.

    Lukas ZiebaLukas ZiebaVor 2 Stunden
  • What happens if you make a enclosure for the turbine?

    Terje SvendsenTerje SvendsenVor 3 Stunden
  • So the final version is very close to a standard impulse turbine that is commonly used in steam applications. Here's a tip. Make two more of those exact same wheels and stack them up with the first in alternating directions. Connect the first and third wheel to your shaft and hold the second (opposite direction wheel) rigid to your frame. Make sure the blades of the first and third wheel are aligned and there you go.

    JBEEUDJBEEUDVor 3 Stunden
  • Hello Tom did you try with vacuum? How to made it? Surprise me...

    Théorie de la GravitéThéorie de la GravitéVor 3 Stunden
  • I think the reason the propeller is more efficient is because the airflow is only utilizing the conservation of momentum (mv). Whilst the propeller is utilizing the kinetic energy (1/2mv^2)

    KofichiKofichiVor 4 Stunden
  • i love this sort of stuff, always been thinking about stuff like a hydrofoil piston etc etc blah blah .. i won't bore you with a details and can't find the only one on youtube someone made in a jungle in thialand somewhere .. you strap it to a rivers bridge and it pumps up and down ... basic stuff

    joe cooljoe coolVor 6 Stunden
  • One day Tom is gonna create an air powered car and be missing the next day

    MiiLK tMiiLK tVor 7 Stunden
  • Шаубергер тоже заморачивался с формой лопаток.

    Первый ученикПервый ученикVor 8 Stunden
  • tom, you are a god damn treasure

    Nick LachenNick LachenVor 9 Stunden
  • I really want to see how the turbine powered aircraft competes with the piston powered aircraft. The diaphragm one was very promising!

    Nikola TasevNikola TasevVor 11 Stunden
  • Give me the power of air king ❤️

    DARK BOTDARK BOTVor 11 Stunden
  • another Tom youtube from the UK, I think u need to make an alliance

    Fauzan NrFauzan NrVor 12 Stunden
  • Make a glider that you could launch with your trebuchets!

    Jokubas MickusJokubas MickusVor 14 Stunden
  • It would be nice if you used grams instead of newtons, it's easier to picture the weight

    EddyCoversEddyCoversVor 15 Stunden
  • Just looking at the thrust equations: for a turbine driven propeller its thrust equation is proportional to V^2 while for the nozzle its thrust equation is proportional to just V. Turbine Driven Propeller Wins. Also in order to get more juice out of that nozzle, you would need to create the right pressure ratios, converging/diverging nozzle, etc. to expand the flow isentropically as close to the back pressure as possible for max nozzle efficiency.

    worstthinker27worstthinker27Vor 16 Stunden
  • Are you sure it is a good idea to place you UV 3d printer near the window in a daytime? :)

    MrPasheeMrPasheeVor 17 Stunden
  • What about a hybrid? the air turbine plugged to a generator to charge a battery that runs a motor with the propeller 🤔

    AMV12SAMV12SVor 20 Stunden
  • I wonder if using a denser gas like CO2 or N2 or Argon would help? All are fairly easily attainable at a Welding supply store. Might be a good power/weight ratio test. In fact, I wonder if putting a few grams of dry ice (solid CO2) into the canister would work out well on that front. Certainly give you more than the 30s of runtime at a fairly reasonable weight penalty.

    Steve LacySteve LacyVor 21 Stunde
  • nice work , love your data analysis

    Skillful ManSkillful ManVor 22 Stunden
  • Interesting, it would be interesting to hook this up to a large pressure plenum and modulate the pressure as the form of velocity control. There might be some good reasons behind pressurizing the bottle to a max pressure and using a small pressure regulator to keep the max thrust a little bit lower and prolong the time of flight.

    Wayne PageWayne PageVor 23 Stunden
    • This vid is the history of steam engines from piston to steam turbine. I expect the conclusion is a 16mm multi-stage blade set with reversing blades between them?

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce MissVor 20 Stunden
  • Incorporate a pelt wheel into a turbo, the bigger the better because the air has more time to travel through my system

    Blood Sweat And Tears Forever learningBlood Sweat And Tears Forever learningVor Tag
    • Wouldnt a francis wheel be the best for this? Efficient and the exhaust can be faced down to add to verticle thrust.

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce MissVor 20 Stunden
  • This was an interesting build. And the ribbing that you and Integza are doing towards each other is really cracking me up. LOL

    Steven IngramSteven IngramVor Tag
  • Mechanical advantage?

    A Milky Way Laniakea SuperclusteriteA Milky Way Laniakea SuperclusteriteVor Tag
  • Thank you for the videos. I think I learn more from your videos than in my high school physics class... I'm not sure what to think now that I have said that.

    Skyler RoperSkyler RoperVor Tag
  • Dude, you might be the one youtuber that people watch till the end. Man keep up the good work. Love your vids ❤️

    GrenadeGodGrenadeGodVor Tag
  • Great video, really interesting, but why did you say math? You’re not American and mathematics is plural.

    Aaron CunninghamAaron CunninghamVor Tag
  • It will be awesome if you connect this to a energy generator, to see how much watts you can generate.

    Marcos BerghahnMarcos BerghahnVor Tag
  • Make the turbine so that it is integrated into the nozzle-cap so that 0 air can escape , and all is utilized in the system.

    L. D.L. D.Vor Tag
  • Hmm 92 percent with these Damm buckets dehave.info/down/dpemmKyUh6a0u6w/video

    George KowalskiGeorge KowalskiVor Tag
  • integza stop

    ETHAN-JAMES SIMPSONETHAN-JAMES SIMPSONVor Tag
  • Could you add a duct to the nozzle to create a ram like air multiplying effect?

    jraejraeVor Tag
  • An idea - a constant stream of air might result in some dissipation of energy as the bucket passes through. Would the concept of a timed burst of air that's synchronised to the rotational speed (think WW1 fighters with timing chains shooting through the props) allow a greater efficiency?

    treborsnave76treborsnave76Vor Tag
  • Please make a electric motor with bell electromagnets

    GAME STARGAME STARVor Tag
  • The reason why the turbine is more efficient is because the 2nd and 3rd Laws of Newton. Less air mass is displaced with the nozzle only configuration, hence less force is applied and less reaction happens to the opposite direction. That's my guess.

    Douglas CarvalhoDouglas CarvalhoVor Tag
  • Wouldnt a francis wheel be the best for this? Efficient and the exhaust can be faced down to add to verticle thrust.

    Beach&BoardFanBeach&BoardFanVor Tag
  • This vid is the history of steam engines from piston to steam turbine. I expect the conclusion is a 16mm multi-stage blade set with reversing blades between them?

    teamidristeamidrisVor Tag
  • Soooo, you reinvented the impulse turbine I get!?

    Roberto TarterRoberto TarterVor Tag
  • @Tom Stanton check out the aerodynamics of your newest model printed. It could have some trouble there

    LeoschnardoLeoschnardoVor Tag
  • Maximum efficiency of these turbines is when the turbines edge velocity is 1/2 of the jet stream velocity.

    KingCosworthKingCosworthVor Tag
  • Keep stroking the algorithms folks - by commenting. Wonderful content, from an old fellow Brit :)

    hen kohen koVor Tag
  • what about a turbine where each "blade" or "bucket" splits the airflow into two paths but the 3dprinted cross section of the blade includes a section from a tesla valve, so you take some of the incoming air and redirect it around to create a high pressure obstruction, which also pushes back pressure in the second chamber and pulls more energy out of the air slow? the problem is the time each blade is in contact with the stream is minimal, and then you have to deal with the effects it has on the rest of its journey around.. hrm

    Dice BlueDice BlueVor Tag
  • So can we call your air optimized version the "Micro Stanton Turbine"?

    Scott GriswoldScott GriswoldVor Tag
  • I normally watch stuff about video games and anime how tf is this in my recomended. I mean it was pretty frickin cool tho

    OmNi JOmNi JVor Tag
    • Would a 90° cog ruin the efficiency? If not, you could try aiming the jet downwards and still power the propeller...

      hen kohen koVor Tag
  • 5:55 YOU JUST INVENTED THE STANTON TURBINE 👏

    Dice BlueDice BlueVor Tag
  • Have you investigated the design of centrifugal superchargers or turbo driven superchargers which are used to turn rotational energy into pressure and may be able to be reversed

    John GamerJohn GamerVor Tag
  • 4:50 this video is amazing

    Dice BlueDice BlueVor Tag
  • 2:22 hnnnnnnnnnnnng

    Dice BlueDice BlueVor Tag
  • do a dry ice engine, for a bike, craft or animatronic ED-209

    Dice BlueDice BlueVor Tag
  • Prop moves more air than the nozzle, basic physics

    RnkRnkVor Tag
  • Im pretty dumb, but maybe the turbine is bigger so its hitting more air particles, and causing more air particles to push back (newton’s third law). So im guessing surface area?

    Vraj BhavsarVraj BhavsarVor Tag
  • Hi, great video. an idea that popped into my head is to try two nozzles, above and below. not sure if the added weight will be worth it. Cheers!!

    Richard FoulkesRichard FoulkesVor Tag
  • It would be really cool to see you try a bladeless fan design! Because you're starting with compressed air, there would be no moving parts.

    ThaJayThaJayVor Tag
  • I feel like it will end up looking like a turbo, for pressure efficiency it just needs to be fully enclosed

    Ethan MorganEthan MorganVor Tag
  • @TomScott really looks and sounds different in his newer videos huh?

    Ryan SmithRyan SmithVor Tag
  • Can you share the CAD files for the Pelton turbine? That thing is really cool and I'd like to try some things with it myself.

    Chad ClancyChad ClancyVor Tag
  • Let's play _Catch the Plane_

    Panther PlatformPanther PlatformVor 2 Tage
  • The reason the turbine is more efficient is impedance matching ;)

    Billy HudsonBilly HudsonVor 2 Tage
  • Would a 90° cog ruin the efficiency? If not, you could try aiming the jet downwards and still power the propeller...

    Dåligt FörklaratDåligt FörklaratVor 2 Tage
  • Doesn't the air expand almost immediately after being thrown out the nozzle? The turbine utilises that momentum immediately, negating the decompression.

    Francisco CigarroFrancisco CigarroVor 2 Tage
  • @tom stanton, u hv a nice house especially the lawn n surrounding area... Played it over n over whenever u r around n outside the house, its just beautiful...

    Huzzir ZakariaHuzzir ZakariaVor 2 Tage
  • 0:45 that was so unexpected and funny

    RandomCrapRandomCrapVor 2 Tage
  • Im just curious if you take the wheel without the casing and put C shapped casing in the base that doesnt spin, and make it only1/4 to half, so all air is kept inside until it goes 1/4 to 1/2 way around then it comes out? - just a thought

    Michael BradleyMichael BradleyVor 2 Tage
  • Make a sistem that returns a part of the pressure to the source!

    Hydro LinkHydro LinkVor 2 Tage
  • 7:25 For why the turbine-propeller contraption is more efficient than just spitting out the air, it is the same stuff as why turbofan engines with large fans in front is more efficient than turbojet with afterburner. The amount of force (thrust) produced is affected by 2 major factors, speed , and mass of air moved. By spitting out the air out of the nozzle, we get air on very high speed, but only a small amount of air is being ejected. However, as long as the turbine contraption converts energy good enough that it could push way more air down with slower speed that higher force can be achieved and thus more efficient.

    MIO9MIO9Vor 2 Tage
    • @tausiftaha12 if you want to

      MIO9MIO9Vor 10 Stunden
    • Are these lyrics for a new song?

      tausiftaha12tausiftaha12Vor 11 Stunden
  • How about if you use a de Laval nozzle, would that change the thrust?

    ps0705ps0705Vor 2 Tage
  • try making something with an Annular Wing design!

    Marshall WieczorekMarshall WieczorekVor 2 Tage
  • stop promoting plastic bottles , for once

    arturo de los angelesarturo de los angelesVor 2 Tage
  • I would think that the nozzle, alone, is less efficient because the air being ejected has no solid surface direct beneath it. This causes the compressed air to spread outward, giving a third of the horizontal motion, the other two thirds becoming vertical motion and not creating force on the same axis as the measuring instrument, but this is simplified to a two dimensional plain. In reality the true horizontal motion is a lot less than on third; this contradicts your graph, but the graph doesn’t show the true horizontal motion. Your graph also includes the air being disbursed at all three dimensional angle between horizontal and vertical angles (i.e. between all 90* on the x axis set in 360* on the z axis) with each consecutive angle having decrease amounts of force from the true horizontal motion. edit: The net force of the nozzle would be a little less than 1/5 of the net force of the nozzle and wheel.

    Deckwolf34Deckwolf34Vor 2 Tage
  • i got a cool project for you watch this video dehave.info/down/qZ5yZbmla4O0rXo/video it shows the strength of 3d printed gears. you should be able to 3d print a transmission for a 1 hp. but make a manual transmission the clutch everything all plastic and working for 1 hp. it may be small but its a transmission and not all 3d printers print in plastic. and 1hp is around 700 watts for its good for a generator

    scott32714keiserscott32714keiserVor 2 Tage
  • Will you be using (dry ice) in bottles to create your own pressure on demand (as a power source) ??

    BenBenVor 2 Tage
  • love your videos! awesome!

    ArtemArtemVor 2 Tage
  • Can you please explain to me why the driving gear has smaller diameter and the driven gear larger diameter. Wouldn't it be much better if the driving gear > driven gear?

    Max KhungloMax KhungloVor 2 Tage
  • Why don't you try reusing the air that comes out to spin another wheel, sort of how a torque convertor works

    kenneth wallskenneth wallsVor 2 Tage
  • Maybe change the nozzle size while the pressure of the bottle changes, dynamic nozzle diameter would be cool?

    oscaroscarVor 2 Tage
  • There is something about the slow motion footage of the water turbine at 1:56 that just screams STAGE 2. All that exhausted energy looks like it could be harnessed on another lower turbine rotating in the opposite direction. I always enjoy your videos. They make me think.

    Joe PieczynskiJoe PieczynskiVor 2 Tage
    • @Shop Tech Aren't you forgetting the rotational speed of the rotor itself? Standing next to the rotor the water seems to fall down although it shoots out pretty fast from the rotors perspective.

      ThaJayThaJayVor Tag
    • @ThaJay Anything that can still shoot out of anything else still has velocity, or it would just fall to the earth. I think the point is to utilize the flow to its best potential, not waste 45% of it.

      Shop TechShop TechVor Tag
    • The whole point was to make it shoot out of the cup at zero velocity so a second rotor would not do anything if it's set up properly

      ThaJayThaJayVor Tag
    • @Scott Demoor Naturally at some point in this process, the fuel, be it water or air, will loose its ability to produce power, but that immediate discharge from the cup is very focused and a lot of energy just waiting to be harnessed. I'm not a turbine guy, but I think its worth exploring if it doesn't add too much weight and defeat the application parameters.

      Joe PieczynskiJoe PieczynskiVor 2 Tage
    • Adding a stator in combination with opposite direction rotor should greatly improve the final outcome. Ten years at G.E. making fuel controls tells me you're closer to a breakthrough than you realize.

      Scott DemoorScott DemoorVor 2 Tage
  • Your turbine is pretty cool but very inefficient! you should make somekind of turboprop engine to exploit most of the energy in your tank !

    placidnitiqueplacidnitiqueVor 2 Tage
  • The gears add a layer of inefficiency due to friction and that jazz - increasing the turbine diameter 5 times and mounting the propeller directly to the turbine would theoretically create a more efficient engine - though maybe with other downsides like size and weight

    Rainbows871Rainbows871Vor 2 Tage
  • To keep the engine running at the same RPM, you could try using a spring-compressed diaphragm in your compressed air tank.

    Gabe McGannGabe McGannVor 2 Tage
  • Random thought, is the air from flying going to interfere with the actual "engine" and if it does will you have to make some type of enclosure?

    Joan MelchorJoan MelchorVor 2 Tage
  • The incomplete project video 👍👍

    jagadish sjagadish sVor 2 Tage
  • A full size helicopter rotor only spins at 400rpm but the length of the rotors have the tips travelling at an incredible speed, thus the adequate lift. Just wondering how altering your rotor length would influence efficiency as well?

    HowieHowieVor 2 Tage
  • Can you build 3d manouvre gear from attack on titan

    Dhanush GowdaDhanush GowdaVor 2 Tage
  • Awesome video. I tried tinkering with compressed air with buoyancy turbine. I felt that using buoyancy to convert energy was more efficient but havent got aroud to any mathematical calculations. Would it be possible to put my theory to test? Details of the patent are available at : patents.google.com/patent/US9627953B1/en

    Krishnendu DasGuptaKrishnendu DasGuptaVor 2 Tage
  • the turbile has a larger surface area

    mrgamer xylophonemrgamer xylophoneVor 2 Tage
  • most people see an empty bottle optimists see a bottle of air tom stanton sees an engine powerful enough to power a plane

    zijuiy wttuyzijuiy wttuyVor 2 Tage
  • Use an enclosure to capture the whole turbine mechanism and leave an exhaust facing downwards, probably can convert wasted/exhausted air to more lifting power?

    jjoo5454jjoo5454Vor 2 Tage
  • keep building/inventing! love your creative approach and explanations!

    poppa Rockpoppa RockVor 2 Tage
  • What/how do you collect and record data from the test stand.

    Andrew KiedrowskiAndrew KiedrowskiVor 2 Tage
    • This pneumatic turbine should be called the Stanton turbine.

      zijuiy wttuyzijuiy wttuyVor 2 Tage
  • Years ago I thought I was going to explode an empty soda bottle by installing an air coupling fitting into the cap and hooking up to shop pressure. Imagine my surprise when it handle full shop pressure like a pro.

    Eric BucherEric BucherVor 2 Tage
  • How about many nozzles in the same gear? at wich number is it more efficient to just add an extra twin nozzle-gear set?

    Esteban BesacciaEsteban BesacciaVor 2 Tage
  • It's a nice air engineering.

    아이디어-메이커아이디어-메이커Vor 2 Tage
  • Tom have you looked into flow choking? There is a limit to the amount of air that can go through an orfice once the flow reaches M=1

    Scott WyattScott WyattVor 3 Tage
  • Why not try the Tesla Turbine

    Farns WorthFarns WorthVor 3 Tage
  • I saw this video the other day and I think you should try the technology with compressed air or a drone. dehave.info/down/lIWKepe5pnzKlWU/video

    Myles CMyles CVor 3 Tage
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    Click R2Click R2Vor 3 Tage
  • Hey strange request, but Ive been watching a lotta attack on titan, and was curious how well compressed air could be used as a winch.

    humphrey707humphrey707Vor 3 Tage
  • Seems you try to reinvent the jet turbine.

    Вася ПупкинВася ПупкинVor 3 Tage
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